Mancini cools derby debate
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has described Monday's derby clash with Manchester United as just "one more game".
The highly anticipated match-up at the Etihad Stadium has been described by United manager Sir Alex Ferguson as the biggest derby game since his took over his club 25 years ago. City, who can be backed using your free bet, find themselves just three points behind the Red Devils and enjoy a better goal difference. The game will have a major influence on where the Premier League title will be heading this season and fans of both clubs, and football supporters all over the world, will have eyes on the game. However, Mancini has insisted for himself and his players it's just another game. The Italian said: "For the supporters, a derby is always a different game to the others. It is important for the city. "Manchester has two top teams who are in a position to play this important game. "But for us, it will just be one more game, not because we fight for this or for that, and after it there are another two games very tough games."